white sox on the white salt lakes @ bonneville u.s.a.

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    Ryan Eng, yushimoto_02 [christian], and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. It's ME!!!!!! 65 months ago | reply

      this is totally awesome... love t emptiness...

    2. Ryan Eng 65 months ago | reply

      What that guy said. The blank space is quite appealing. Would be a great place for a "low to the ground" landscape shot with a single foreground interest like a rock or a footprint.

    3. Gilderic Photography 65 months ago | reply

      So white, so luminous, so great !

    4. blubbla 65 months ago | reply

      Wo sind die Autos?

    5. Hans van Reenen 65 months ago | reply

      I like the feel of emptiness.
      Nice capture Toni.

    6. szeke 65 months ago | reply

      Very nice place. Reminds me of the salt flats in Bolivia.

    7. m dee88 65 months ago | reply

      love the negative space.

      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    8. rohitsabu. [deleted] 65 months ago | reply

      ur in scan mode eh? love this! perfect!

    9. Toni_V 65 months ago | reply

      Thank you all!

      This is my christmas holiday project :-)

    10. Aman Manglik 65 months ago | reply

      lovely capture... so much white land.. beautiful

    11. fatboyke (Luc) 65 months ago | reply

      Utah's famous Bonneville Salt Flats!!
      Once I will visit the annual Speed Week.

    12. hans jesus wurst 65 months ago | reply

      very cool clothes! :)

    13. kubante 62 months ago | reply

      sali tony... bisch also au i de salzwüesti gsi



    14. Dave Johnson photography 54 months ago | reply

      very surreal place,as you look down to the "floating island" great shot.

    15. GAURAV KANDAL 42 months ago | reply

      mind blowing shot... check out fantastic mountains at back....simply superb ..thanks alot for sharing

    16. judo_dad1953 39 months ago | reply

      This is a lovely portrait. Your stream is very good!

    17. Varun.A 29 months ago | reply

      Beautiful photo and stream too. I kinda like the graininess.

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